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- by murse916 Nov 28, '12I was just wondering how one became a CRNA instructor at a university. Do you need to get a DNP or will a master's degree suffice?
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- Nov 29, '12 by missnurse01It depends upon what class you are thinking about teaching. The program I will start has phd's in their science classes as instructors (physiology, medicinal chem, etc). Otherwise, the other instructors that are CRNAs are either already phd's, dnp/dnap, or are in school now.
- Nov 29, '12 by missnurse01you can also look at faculty list at programs
- Nov 30, '12 by ckh23I agree that it depends. Most of the instructors in my program have a Masters with only a couple with a PHD or DNP.
- Dec 1, '12 by wtbcrnaYou can look at the job postings on the AANA website. It has the most listing for CRNA faculty positions that I know of. It is still a very small list, but it will give you an idea of what the programs are seeking for instructors.